Providing tools, resources and strategies for creating a stable, well
educated and fairly compensated early education workforce
The Center works with an array of partners at both the state and national levels and offers a wide variety of open source tools, resources and materials that are available on our website free of charge.
The Center supports state and national policymakers and stakeholders in creating a stable, well-educated and fairly compensated early childhood workforce. Center staff routinely provides consultation and technical assistance on the phone, via email and in person to states and national organizations working on professional development and compensation issues. For more information, CONTACT US.
College Online Directories - helping early educators make informed decisions about their educational pathways. Each T.E.A.C.H. state is required to create and maintain directories on their websites that profile community colleges and universities that offer degrees in early childhood education. You can find T.E.A.C.H. state college directories here.
A Focus on Compensation
Better Compensation: The Key to an Educated and Committed Early Childhood Workforce
Creating a State of Articulation
How Employers Can Support Teachers in Their College Experience
More Than a Scholarship
Speaking about the Workforce
Supporting Early Educators Succeeding in College
Supporting Student Success
The Early Care & Education Workforce
T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood: Transforming Lives & Creating Partnerships
Turning Back the Tide of Teacher Turnover